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dbahr 7:32am on Monday, July 19th, 2010 
Panasonic 1000watt combination microwave,oven and grill Purchased this microwave following extensive checks etc. Panasonic and the Inverter system Bought this combination oven as our previous one was a Panasonic and served us well for years.
kaon 8:33am on Wednesday, May 5th, 2010 
panasonic conbination I bought the combination oven to replace the one I had previously because it was no longer working. GOOD ALL ROUNDER This micro does what it says on the tin. It is a good alL rounder with a grille and an oven.

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KH 1108

MICROWAVE OVEN WITH GRILL
Status 03/2004 Ident.-No.: 1108-032004-1_GB Komperna Handelsgesellschaft mbH Burgstrae 21 D-44867 Bochum (Germany)
Microwave Oven with Grill KH 1108

Introduction / Contents

Please read these instructions carefully before installing and starting your microwave oven. Please note the SERIAL NUMBER which can be found on the type plate of your microwave oven into the adjacent field and store this information for later. SERIAL NUMBER:

Safety Notes

PRECAUTIONARY MEASURES TO PREVENT POSSIBLE EXCESSIVE CONTACT WITH MICROWAVE ENERGY IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTES.... Page 05 Page 05

Technical Notes

TECHNICAL INFORMATION BEFORE CONTACTING CUSTOMER SERVICES INSTALLATION NOTES ON EARTHING RADIO INTERFERENCE COOKING WITH YOUR MICROWAVE GUIDELINE ON COOKING DISHES.......... Page Page Page Page Page Page Page 07

Parts and Control Panel

DESIGNATION OF PARTS CONTROL PANEL.... Page 08 Page 08

Operation
SETTING THE CLOCK COOKING WITH YOUR MICROWAVE GRILLING COMBINTION COOKING AUTOMATIC COOKING DEFROSTING BY WEIGHT QUICK / JET DEFROST MULTI STAGE COOKING TIMED START QUICK START CHILD-PROOF LOCK MEMORY............................ Page Page Page Page Page Page Page Page Page Page Page Page 11 11
Cleaning and Maintenance Disposal Warranty Defrosting Cooking Grilling Tips Recipe suggestions
Page 11 Page 12 Page 12 Page 13 Page 14 Page 15 Page 16 Page 17
PRECAUTIONARY MEASURES TO PREVENT EXCESSIVE CONTACT WITH MICROWAVE ENERGY
To minimise the risk of fire in the microwave: Keep an eye on the microwave at all times when heating food in plastic or paper containers since the materials may ignite. Remove wire closures from paper or plastic bags before placing them in the microwave. Should you notice smoke, switch off the appliance or disconnect the plug and keep the door closed so as to suffocate possible flames. Do not use the inside of the microwave for storage. Do not leave paper articles, cooking utensils or food in the microwave if it is not being used. WARNING: Fluids and other food must not be heated in tightly sealed containers as they may explode. When heating beverages in the microwave, spattering may be delayed if the beverage is brought to boil. Please handle the container with particular care. Do not deep-fry in the microwave. Hot oil may damage microwave parts and utensils or even lead to skin burns. Eggs in their shell and hard boiled eggs should not be heated in the microwave as they may even explode after microwave heating has been terminated. Pierce thick-skinned foods such as potatoes, whole pumpkins, apples, and chestnuts before cooking. The content of baby bottles and baby jars should be stirred or shaken. Caution: Prior to consumption check the temperature in order to avoid life-threatening burns to the baby. Cooking utensils may heat up from the heat exerted by the food and may have to be handled with an oven cloth only. Cooking utensils should be checked as to suitability for use in microwave ovens. WARNING: Maintenance and repair work which requires the removal of the cover which serves as protection against microwaves endangers the life of persons other than skilled staff.
Do not attempt to operate this microwave oven with an opened door since operating the microwave oven with an open door can lead to being exposed to hazardous microwaves. It is important not to break open or manipulate the safety lock. Do not tuck anything between the oven front and door and ensure that no impurities or residues from cleaning agents gather on the sealing surfaces. Do not operate the microwave oven if damaged. It is of utmost importance that the door of the oven closes properly and that there is no damage to: - the door (bent), - hinges and locks (broken or loose), - door seals and sealing surfaces. Have the appliance re-set or repaired by the listed customer service branch or respectively qualified skilled staff only.

INSTALLATION Ensure that the packaging materials have been completely removed from the inside of the door. WARNING: Inspect the oven for damages such as a distorted or bent door, damaged door seals and seal surfaces, defect or loose door hinges and locks as well as grooves on the inside or on the door. If there is visible damage, do not operate the oven and consult a qualified maintenance expert. This microwave must be placed on a level, stable base which can bear the microwave's own weight plus the heaviest food which most likely will be cooked in the microwave. Do not position the microwave at a location where heat, dampness or high humidity arise, and do not place it close to inflammable materials.
RADIO INTERFERENCE Operating the microwave can lead to interference with your radio, television or similar equipment. In the event of such interference the following measures can help reduce or eliminate such interference: - Clean the door and sealing surface of the oven. - Redirect the receiving antenna of the radio or television. - Place microwave at another place than where the receiver is. - Remove the microwave from the receiver. Plug the microwave into another outlet so that the microwave and receiver are supplied by a different leg of the power circuit. GUIDELINE ON COOKING DISHES The ideal material for a microwave oven is microwave permeable, i.e. it allows energy to pass through the container in order to heat the food. Only use a temperature sensor recommended for this oven. Microwaves can not permeate metal. For this reason, do not use metal containers or metal dishes. Do not use any products made of recycled paper when heating in the microwave as they may contain minute metal fragments which may cause sparks and/or fires. It is recommended to use round/oval dishes instead of square/oblong dishes since food caught in the corners may easily boil away.
COOKING WITH YOUR MICROWAVE Arrange your food with consideration. The thickest parts should be close to the edge. Observe the cooking time. Select the shortest cooking time and extend it if need be. Food cooked excessively long can start smoking and ignite. Cover the food while cooking with a lid. The lid will prevent the food from spattering and contributes to the even cooking of the food. Turn the food during microwave preparation once so that e.g. chicken or Hamburger dishes are more quickly cooked. Large foods such as roast meat must be turned at least five times. Rearrange food items like meat balls completely after half of the cooking time has passed by turning them and rotating those which previously were at the centre of the dish, to the edge. The bottom table is a general guideline for choosing the correct dishes. COOKING DISHES Heatproof glass Non-heatproof glass Heatproof ceramics Microwave plastic dishes Kitchen towel Metal tray /plate Metal base Tin foil & tin containers MICROWAVE Yes No Yes Yes Yes No No No GRILL Yes No Yes No No Yes Yes Yes COMBI NATION Yes No Yes No No No No No

DESIGNATION OF PARTS

Heater Glass plate Vent Control panel Metal base / grill Safety door lock Drive shaft Rotating ring Oven window

CONTROL PANEL

MODE DISPLAY Cooking time, power, mode and time are displayed. FIELDS Set time, cooking time or weight. Press the respective number fields. SELECT Prompt pre-set quick programming for cooking conventional foods.

NUMBER

QUICK
Safety door lock : Pull the handle to open the door. Opening the door while cooking interrupts the operation, the set programme or function is stored. Cooking continues as soon as the door is closed and the START button is activated. Glass plate : Leave the glass plate and the rotating ring during operation at all times in the appliance. The rotating glass plate ensures the even distribution of energy and microwaves. Metal base / grill : Use the metal base for roasting and combined cooking. Place a heatproof plate below the metal base. This catches grease and food spills. Caution: The metal base must be used on the glass plate only. Use an oven glove or similar item to remove the food after grilling. Please observe that the inside of the appliance may be very hot; handle with the appropriate care.

CLOCK

Set digital clock.

POWER

Start microwave press button once or several times to select the power level.

GRILL/COMBI

Select cooking mode press three times.

WEIGHT

DEFROST Programme defrosting based on weight of food to be defrosted. DEFROST Quick defrost function where defrost and rest times alternate rapidly to quickly and effectively thaw out frozen goods.

PRE-SET

This timed starter functions allows you to place food in the microwave and programme it so that the food is cooked at a later moment in time.

MEMORY

To set a multi-stage cooking programme.

START

Press to initiate cooking. Wrong operations are signalled by way of two rapidly following alarm signals.
START Press to quickly activate full microwave power

STOP/CANCEL

Press to cancel the setting of a cooking programme. Press once to temporarily halt cooking, and twice to cancel completely. Press and hold to activate child-proof lock.

OPERATION

A signal is heard every time when touching the button which confirms the contact or the choice of programme. SETTING THE CLOCK Press CLOCK once to display the 12-h clock, and twice for a 24-h display. Then press the respective number fields to set the current time. Example: To set the clock to 6:00 am or pm: Press CLOCK. The display indicates 12 hr (12-h display), or press CLOCK twice, the display then indicates 24 hr (24-h display). Press the 1-MIN button until 6:00 is displayed (or 18:00 if using the 24-h time display). To confirm, press CLOCK again. If the wrong time has been set, such as 6:70 or 25:40, the display will indicate after confirming this incorrect entry with the CLOCK button the 12:00 H or 24 H display, allowing you to enter the correct time. Check the time while cooking by pressing the CLOCK button.

GRILL Caution - you could get burned ! When the GRILL function is used, the inside of the microwave oven can become very hot. Always wear oven gloves whenever you touch hot foods or dishes or take them out of the microwave oven. The grill function is useful mainly for thinly sliced meat, steaks, meat balls, shashlik, sausages or chicken. It is also suitable for baked sandwiches and gratins. Example: To grill food for 12 minutes: Press the Grill/Combi button once. Press the 10-MIN button once and the 1-MIN button twice. Press START.
COMBINATION COOKING Combination 1: The longest possible cooking time for this setting is 99 min., 99 sec. 30 % time for cooking with microwave, 70 % for grilling. Recommended for fish, potatoes or gratins. Combination 2: 55 % time for cooking with microwave, 45 % for grilling. For puddings, omelettes, jacket potatoes and poultry. Example: To set the oven for 25 minutes to COMBINATION cooking Touch Grill/Combi button two or three times. Press 10-MIN button twice and 1-MIN button 5 times. Press START.
COOKING IN THE MICROWAVE To cook in the microwave the time and power should be set. The longest cooking time which can be set by pressing the number fields is 99 min. 99 sec. Example: To cook food for 5 minutes at 60% microwave power rating Press POWER three times. Press the 1-MIN button five times. Press START. Note: Press START during cooking for a display of the power rating lasting 3 seconds. POWER BUTTON By pressing POWER repeatedly select one of the following power ratings to operate the microwave: Press 5 x x x x x Power 100% 080% 060% 040% 020% Description High Medium-high Medium Medium-low Low
AUTOMATIC COOKING To prepare food with the following cooking mode it is not necessary to enter the cooking duration and the power level. It is sufficient to enter the type of food to be cooked, as well as its weight. For this, press the respective button which illustrates the food to be cooked. This then shows a number of pre-set weight parameters. Select the one which corresponds to the weight of the item which you have placed in the microwave. The microwave then starts to cook the food once you press START. Example: To cook 400 g fish, for example, proceed as follows. Press STOP/CANCEL. Press the FISH button three times. Press START.
Enter the food's weight: The weight parameters are needed to determine the required cooking time. When pressing the symbol buttons once or several times, the display indicates a number of pre-set weight parameters (for beverages and complete main courses the number of portions). As soon as the correct weight of the food which you have placed in the microwave is displayed, press START. Note: Certain foods may require that the door of the microwave be opened after half of the cooking time has passed, in order to check if they are fully cooked and to turn the food to achieve even cooking. When doing so, please be careful when handling very hot foods in the microwave. To continue cooking, simply close the door. The microwave automatically continues operation for the remaining time. MULTI STAGE COOKING The appliance can be programmed as such that several functions are performed subsequently. Example: To set the following programme: 1. QUICK DEFROST; 2. Cooking in the microwave; 3. Grilling.

DEFROST BY WEIGHT The appliance can defrost meat, poultry and seafood. Defrosting time and power are set automatically as soon as the weight of the food has been programmed. The following table shows the maximum permissible weight for every category: Food Meat Poultry Seafood Maximum Display weight 2300 g 4000 g 0900 g d1 d2 d3
Proceed as follows: 1. Press STOP/CANCEL to delete possible previous settings. 2. Press to enter the QUICK DEFROST programme. 3. Use the number fields to enter the cooking time and then the power level with POWER. 4. Press MEMORY. 5. Press (enter grill programme). 6. Press START. Note: DEFROST or WEIGHT DEFROST should only be an element of a programme if these functions are set in the very beginning. The display indicates the programme phase the appliance is in. At the end of the total time 4 audio signals can be heard.
Example: To defrost 600 g shrimps. Place the shrimps to be defrosted in the oven. Press WEIGHT DEFROST three times. Press the 0.1 kg (1g=100) button six times to enter the weight. Press START. For food whose weight exceeds the permissible defrost limits, please use the Quick Defrost function. If you accidentally enter a weight which exceeds the maximum weight illustrated in the table, the display clears automatically to enable a new input.
TIMED START This function allows starting the appliance at a later point in time. Example: It is 11:10 and you wish to start the appliance at 11:30. Proceed as follows: 1. Press PRE-SET. 2. Use the number fields to enter 11:30 hr as the starting time. 3. Set a programme. 4. Press START. (The display per for PRE-SET flashes) Note: Be sure to place food in the oven prior to starting cooking.
QUICK DEFROST For the DEFROST function enter the defrost time. Example: To set the oven for a 5 minute DEFROST period. Press DEFROST. Press the 1-MIN button five times. Press START.
QUICK START This mode assists in quick starting the appliance. Press QUICK START once or several times to set the cooking time at increments of 30 seconds. The microwave immediately starts operation at full power. Press 1 x = 0:30 minutes, Press 2 x = 1:00 minute, Press 3 x = 1:30 minutes etc. Example: To operate the microwave for two minutes in this mode: Press QUICK START four times and the appliance starts immediately at full power.

Operation / Cleaning

Extend the cooking time during running operation by pressing this button.

CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE

CHILD SAFETY LOCK This setting prevents the unsupervised operation of the oven by small children. The display shows lock and the appliance can not be operated for as long as this child-safety lock is activated. Activate child safety lock (LOCK): Hold the STOP/CANCEL button for 3 seconds. First an audio signal sounds and then the display indicates lock. Deactivate child safety lock: Again, hold the STOP/CANCEL button for 3 seconds until the display no longer indicates lock.

AUTOMATIC MEMORY FUNCTION Upon completing every cooking programme three audio signals indicate the end of the programme. This automatic memory function is repeated every two minutes until the door of the appliance is opened or the STOP/CANCEL button has been pressed.
Before cleaning, disconnect the microwave and remove the plug from the outlet. Keep the inside of the microwave clean at all times. If food spatters or spilled fluids line the inside walls of the microwave, remove with a damp cloth. If the microwave is more strongly soiled, use mild washing-up liquid. Avoid using aerosol cleaners and other harsh cleaning agents as they may cause stains, stripes or dull the surface of the door. Clean the outside with a damp cloth. To avoid damage to the functional parts inside the microwave do not allow water to seep through the vents. Wipe both sides of the door and window as well as the seals of the door and neighbouring parts regularly with a damp cloth to remove food spatters or spills. Do not use abrasive cleaning agents. Prevent the control panel from becoming wet. When cleaning the control panel, leave the door open in order to avoid an accidental activation of the microwave. If vapours build up inside or to the outside of the microwave door, remove these with a soft cloth. Vapours may build up if the microwave is operated under very humid conditions. This is absolutely normal. Clean the glass plate regularly. Rinse the plate with warm soap suds or in the dishwasher. The rotating ring and the door of the oven should also be regularly cleaned in order to prevent excessive noise. Simply wipe the ground of the microwave with mild washing-up liquid. The rotating ring can be cleaned with mild soap suds or in the dishwasher. Be sure to correctly replace the rotating ring after having removed it from the inside for cleaning purposes. Remove odours by placing a deep microwave dish with a cup of water and the juice and zest of a lemon in the microwave and heating this for 5 minutes. Wipe off thoroughly and dry with a soft cloth. When having to replace the lamp inside the oven, ask your dealer to replace it or consult our customer services (see warranty card).

Disposal / Warranty

DISPOSAL
The packaging is wholly composed of environmentally-friendly materials that can be disposed of at a local recycling centre. Please contact your local council office to find out about disposal facilities for your worn-out appliances.

WARRANTY

This piece of equipment is covered by a 3-year warranty as of the date of purchase. The equipment was produced with the greatest of care and underwent thorough testing before delivery. In the unlikely event of detecting a functional defect, please return the equipment in its original packaging with the proof of purchase to the closest service address. Damage caused due to improper handling as well as regular wear of the parts are not covered by this warranty.
Beaver Electronic Services The Lodge, Premier Business Park Long Street, Walsall West Midlands, WS2 9DY Tel.: 07/77 Fax: 22/17 e-mail: support.uk@kompernass.com
Irish Connection Ltd 41 Harbour View Howth, Co. Dublin Tel 087-077 Fax: e-mail: support.ie@kompernass.com

Defrosting

Freezing and defrosting how its done
The microwave is an ideal device for defrosting frozen foods quickly and evenly. The power output, defrosting and standing time settings must be selected to suit the consistency and quantity of the food to be defrosted. Microwaves always penetrate food from the outside and move towards the inside. Therefore the middle parts of particularly large pieces of food should not be fully defrosted as in doing this the outside layers may be burned. Correct defrosting starts with the original freezing. Take this into account and proportion the quantities as small as possible, flat and suited your household requirements. You should also take into account the size of the bowls or dishes in which you will be defrosting later in the microwave. The following defrosting table gives the defrosting times of some common foods. In addition to defrosting times, the table also gives standing times all related to the quantity of food. During standing times, heat flows from the defrosted layers into the centre of the food, which may still be frozen, and thus temperature differences are evened out. Leave the frozen food inside or outside of the switched-off microwave during the standing time. The values given in the table are approximate only and variations may occur in practice. This can be caused by several factors to do with the food. To use the integrated DEFROST function. Press the DEFROST button. Enter the defrosting time using the numerical keys. Press the START button.

Defrosting table

WEIGHT
DEFROSTING STANDING TIME TIME

ADVICE/ TIPS

Bread rolls Bread Cream cake Butter
150 g / 2 pcs. approx. 1 min. 500 g 400-800 g 250 g 8-10 min. 8-12 min. 10-20 min. 90-120 min. Defrost the cake only Remove the packaging and place the butter on a plate Turn the piece of cheese over once after half the time has elapsed Turn the piece of cooked meat once after half the time has elapsed. Cut the slices before standing time carefully using a knife. Defrost the strawberries or other fruit in a bowl with a lid. Carefully stir once after half the time has elapsed carefully

approx. 1 min. 20-30 min.

Cheese (piece)

5-6 min.

60-90 min.

Cooked meats
approx. 3 min. 10-15 min.

Strawberries 250 g

approx. 8 min. 5-10 min.
Before defrosting meat, poultry or fish please read the section WEIGHT DEFROST in the operating instructions supplied with the microwave.

Cooking

A suitable bowl or dish with a lid must always be used to cook foods in a microwave where nothing to the contrary is indicated. The information on cooking relates to food at domestic refrigerator temperature. First of all, defrost the food before cooking. Note: the defrosting time can be between 5 and 15 minutes for frozen vegetables (-18C, approx. 300-450 g). Observe the instructions on the packaging. Prepare the vegetables by washing and cleaning them.

Cooking how its done

Cooking instructions are important
Always observe the relevant cooking instructions. Some foods require liquid to be added (for vegetables normally 1-2 dessert spoonfuls (DS) per 100 g), whilst others, e.g. cucumbers, onions, fungi and spinach, do not. On the other hand, other foods require to be stirred at least once during cooking. Once again, as with defrosting, standing time is important. The time for temperature equalisation and the associated post-microwave further cooking period should be between 5 and 10 minutes. Leave the food inside or outside of the switched-off microwave during the standing time. Herbs, spices and/or, if called for, a little butter can be added to the vegetables after the standing time. In the case of ready-made or frozen dishes, microwave cooking should follow the times given on the packaging. The information in the following table is intended as guidance only.
Observe the standing times

Cooking table

FOOD WEIGHT LIQUID ADDED 3 DS water POWER SETTING 960 watts COOKING TIME MINS approx.5 min. COOKING ADVICE Cut into pieces roughly all the same size pour off water immediately after cooking First boil the water at 960 watts (approx. 7 min.) Add the noodles and cook without a lid Boiled potato 250 g

approx. 12

approx. 10
Grill Grill Combi 1 Combi 1
approx. 8 approx. 12 approx. 8 approx. 12

Grill Grill Grill Grill

approx. 7 approx. 12 approx. 7 approx. 8

approx. 15

approx. 13
You can also use your microwave as a kitchen clock - accurate to the minute without having the microwave or grill in operation. The delay function allows you to use the clock like an alarm clock. Take note of the current time and enter the following information to tell the microwave the desired time to switch on. Press PRESET , enter the time to switch on the microwave using the NUMERIC KEYS and press the START button. The digital display flashes PER. The microwave sounds 4 beeps to let you know that the set period has elapsed.
Your microwave as a kitchen clock Microwave-suitable cooking dishes
Always use microwave-suitable bowls or dishes for defrosting, cooking etc. In most cases glass dishes are ideal for cooking. You should purchase some microwave-suitable dishes with lids in a range of sizes.
You can make bread rolls crispy-fresh using the grill function on your microwave. Before crisping up, moisten the bread rolls with a little water. Crisp up the bread rolls for about 2-3 minutes depending on the type and size. So that the bread rolls are also oven-fresh inside, we recommend that you cut the rolls after the first grilling and crisp them again for 1-2 minutes.
Making bread rolls crispy-fresh
Place the frozen pizza on to the metal stand without defrosting. Use the pizza function from the quick select buttons and select from the appropriate preset weights. Pressing the pizza button once causes a weight of 150 g to appear; another press gives 320 g. Select the preset weight that is closest to the weight of your pizza and press START. After the automatic cooking period has elapsed, if necessary you can extend the cooking time of the pizza by using the grill function. This can sometimes be required if your pizza is heavier than the preset weight.
The operating instructions indicate the various microwave power settings in percent and their equivalents in watts. You can find this is the section about Power Settings. The short table below gives you a summary. 100 % = 1200 watts % % % % = = = = watts watts watts watts
Power settings percentage values and watts

Recipe suggestions

Ingredients: 150 g macaroni, 500 ml water, 1 teaspoonful (TS) salt, 1 onion, 1 clove of garlic, 20 g butter, 300 g minced meat (e.g. half pork/half beef), 1 packet tomato puree with herbs (approx. 350 g), 400 g broccoli, 4 DS water, 1 tub soured cream (200 g), 150 g slices semi-mature Gouda, seasoning: salt, pepper Preparation: Place 500 ml water with 1 teaspoonful of salt in a microwave-suitable bowl with a lid and bring it to the boil at full power (1200 watts) in approx. 8 minutes. Then add the macaroni and cook at 960 watts for 2 to 3 minutes and at 480 watts for approx. 3 further minutes. Then collect in a colander and let it drip off water. Now braise the onions and the clove of garlic with the butter in a microwave-suitable bowl at 960 watts for approx. 3 minutes. Add the minced meat and the tomato puree then cook the mixture for a further 6 to 7 minutes at 960 watts. Stir in 3/4 tub of soured cream and season to taste with salt and pepper. Wash and clean the broccoli and place it with 4 dessert spoonfuls of water in a microwave-suitable bowl. Cover and precook at 960 watts for approx. 5 minutes and let it drip off water. Place the macaroni, vegetables and minced meat sauce into a souffl dish and mix together. Distribute the remaining 1/4 tub of soured cream over it and cover with the slices of cheese. Cook and gratinate using combination 1 at 720 watts for approx. 15 minutes.
Macaroni minced meat souffl with broccoli
Ingredients: 4 pork fillets approx. 150 g, 350 g pink mushrooms, 150 g diced ham, 2 tubs of cream (400 ml), 2 DS tomato pure, seasoning: salt, pepper, paprika Preparation: Season the pork fillets and place them in a flat souffl dish. Clean and halve the mushrooms and add them with the ham to the fillets in the souffl dish. Stir the cream, tomato pure and paprika in a microwave-suitable bowl and cook for 3 to 4 minutes at 960 watts. Then pour this sauce over the fillets. Cook and gratinate using combination 1 at 480 watts for approx. 20 minutes.
Mushroom fillet of pork in piquant pepper sauce
Ingredients: 1000 g potatoes, fat (to grease the souffl dish), 2 DS breadcrumbs 1 tub cream (200 ml), 50 g grated Emmental cheese, butter (flaked), seasoning: salt, pepper Preparation: Peel and wash the potatoes, then slice them thinly and season. Grease the souffl dish. Layer the potatoes in the souffl dish and pour the cream over them. Then sprinkle with the cheese and breadcrumbs and place the butter flakes on top. Gratinate using combination 2 at 720 watts for approx. 18 minutes.

Gratinated potatoes

Chicken fricassee
Ingredients: 1 chicken (approx. 1000 g), 300 g mushrooms, 500 g asparagus, 250 ml meat stock, 100 ml cream, 2 packets white sauce (instant), 1 DS white wine, seasoning: salt, pepper, nutmeg Preparation: Sprinkle the chicken with salt and place it in a microwave-suitable dish. Cover and cook at 1200 watts for approx. 15 minutes. Clean and halve the mushrooms, peel the asparagus and cut into 2 to 3 cm long pieces. Remove the skin and de-bone the cooked chicken; then cut the flesh into bite-sized pieces. Place the meat stock, chicken pieces, asparagus and the mushrooms into a microwave-suitable bowl. Cover and cook for approx. 12 minutes at 960 watts, stirring occasionally. Now stir in the cream and sauce powder and cook for between 3 and 4 minutes at 960 watts. Season to taste with white wine, salt, pepper and nutmeg.

Green chicken stew

Ingredients: 400 g chicken breast fillets, 1 small zucchini, 1 small green pepper, 125 ml instant chicken stock, 200 g leeks, 150 g kohlrabi, 150 g celeriac, 2 DS crme frache, 50 g curd cheese with herbs Preparation: Clean and wash the vegetables. Cut the leeks into rings, slice kohlrabi and celeriac thinly. Braise in a microwave-suitable dish with a lid for approx. 5 minutes at 960 watts. Cut the chicken breast fillets into small pieces, slice the zucchini in half and dice the pepper. Place them together with the hot chicken stock and the other ingredients into the dish. Cover and cook for approx. 10 to 12 minutes at 960 watts, stirring occasionally. Then stir in the crme frache and the curd cheese with herbs.
Breadcrumb or bacon dumplings
Ingredients for 4 dumplings: 4 wheat bread rolls, 1/2 TS salt, 150 ml milk, 40 g butter, 3 eggs, 2-3 DS breadcrumbs, 2-3 DS chopped parsley, 30 g diced bacon (for bacon dumplings) Preparation: Cut the bread into small pieces and sprinkle them with salt. Heat the milk in a microwave-suitable bowl (for 1 to 2 minutes at 1200 watts), then pour it over the bread roll pieces and let them stand for approx. 15 minutes. Beat the butter and eggs into a froth, add the softened bread pieces with the breadcrumbs and the parsley and knead everything into a good dough (Note: for bacon dumplings knead in the diced bacon). Moisten your hands and form 4 equal-sized dumplings and dip them briefly into cold water. Cover and cook for approx. 5 minutes at 720 watts - the dumplings are now ready to serve.
Ingredients: 40 g flour, 30 g butter, 250 ml instant stock, 250 ml milk seasoning: salt, white pepper, sugar Preparation: Place the flour, butter, the hot stock and milk in a microwave-suitable bowl, mix them well and cook for approx. 3 minutes at full power (1200 watt), stirring briskly from time to time. Then cook for a further 3 minutes at only 480 watts. Stir again and season to taste.

White sauce

Ingredients: 250 ml milk, pith from 1/2 vanilla pod, 1 tub cream (250 ml), 2 DS cornflour, 3 DS sugar, 1 egg yoke Preparation: Stir the milk, vanilla pith, cream, cornflour and sugar in a microwavesuitable dish. Cook for approx. 3 to 4 minutes at 1200 watts, stirring once during the process. Stir the finished sauce thoroughly and mix in the egg yoke.

Vanilla sauce

Ingredients: 250 g short grain rice, 1 litre milk, 1 TS butter, 40 g sugar, cinnamon and sugar (for sprinkling) or fruit compote seasoning: salt Preparation: Place the short grain pudding rice, milk, a pinch of salt, butter and sugar in a large microwave-suitable bowl. Cover and cook, for approx. 10 minutes at full power (1200 watts), bringing to the boil, then stir and let swell for approx 10 minutes at only 240 watts. Afterwards let the rice stand for a few minutes, then stir and sprinkle with cinnamon and sugar to taste or add fruit compote.

Rice pudding

Ingredients: 250 g frozen strawberries, 250 g frozen raspberries, 1 packet vanilla sugar, 2 DS sugar, 2 DS cornflour Preparation: First stir the cornflour into 3 DS water. Place the fruit in a microwavesuitable dish. Cover and defrost and heat for approx. 6 minutes at full power (1200 watts). Squash the fruit slightly and add the vanilla sugar, sugar and stirred cornflour. Stir well, cover and cook for approx. 5 minutes at 960 watts. Then pour the red fruit pudding into dessert bowls and let cool. Serve the red fruit pudding with the vanilla sauce.
Red fruit pudding (with strawberries and raspberries)
No responsibility is accepted for the recipes. All ingredients and preparation instructions are indicative only. You should modify the suggested recipes to suit your personal experience. We wish you success with your cooking and hope you enjoy your meals.

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